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A Writer's Den: Potty Training 101: Teaching Your Toddler To Be A Star When Your Supporting Cast Is Not Being Supportive

Friday, August 13, 2010

Potty Training 101: Teaching Your Toddler To Be A Star When Your Supporting Cast Is Not Being Supportive

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Potty training begins between eighteen and twenty-four months according to The American Academy of Pediatrics. Unfortunately potty training does not happen overnight, meaning parents don’t go to bed and wake up with a fully potty trained toddler. Potty training is a work in progress that involves setbacks, pitfalls, and even a few tears. But the one thing we must remember as parents while potty training our children is that we’re teaching our toddlers to be potty training stars! The problem is what do you do when the supporting cast is not being very supportive?

The supporting cast includes mommy, daddy, siblings, grandparents, child care providers, and anyone else that your child regularly encounters during this period of potty training. However, the first thing you must understand is that these people are not always supportive. READ FULL ARTICLE: Potty Training 101: Teaching Your Toddler To Be A Star When Your Supporting Cast Is Not Being Supportive

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